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04 . 17

Art of Yoga: With Leah Graves

Art of Yoga will take place every Wednesday in the museum galleries. Class will meet from 5:30-6:30 and classes will be $10. The instructor is Leah Graves.

04 . 18

Art After Hours

Come wander the galleries, have a drink at the cash bar, and take in the art on view. You might even have a chance to speak with one of the exhibiting artists or try your hand at an in-gallery activity!

04 . 20

Studio Class: Lino Printmaking 101

Ever wonder how printmaking is done? Join Jacqueline Furlong in carving your own rubber blocks and creating lino prints.

04 . 27

Studio Class: Whimsically Delightful Fiber Arts

Want to add a bit of texture and dimension to your embroidered pieces? Aimee Burr will guide you through different stitches and techniques to create your very own 3D whimsical embroidery pieces using seed beads, felt materials, and embroidery threads.

05 . 02

One Night Only

WMA’s annual member party, One Night Only, provides the museum’s vibrant community of supporters with the opportunity to meet each other, make art, and enjoy the galleries with a different themed party each party.

05 . 04

First Saturday Family Day

Saturdays are the perfect day for children and families to create and explore art together! First Saturday Family Day, one of WMA's longest-running educational programs, offers free art activities on the first Saturday of every month for lifelong learners of all ages.

05 . 11

The Whole Nine Yarns: A Multi-genre Writing Workshop

Join Patrick Pezelj as he leads you through a multigene writing workshop, inspired by works on display in WMA’s galleries.

Teens and Adults

05 . 14

Write Night: Open Mic

Join us in WMA’s galleries for an evening of spoken word and an opportunity for members of our Wiregrass community to present original work!

05 . 18

Studio Class: Still Life Drawing

Still life drawing can be intimidating, but no worries, Orran Scruggs is here to help!! Join Orran’s class to learn about different drawing, shading, and coloring techniques to add to your still life sketches. This class is open for all levels of expertise.

06 . 03 - 06 . 07

Summer Camp: Art Explorations

Exploring art and making a mess at the same time is SUPER fun!

Ages: 5 to 8 years old

06 . 04

Arty Pants on Toddler Tuesdays

Using your powerful imagination, each day we will explore a new book and medium to create your very own messterpieces!

Ages: 18 months to 4 years old

06 . 10 - 06 . 14

Summer Camp : Introduction to Ceramics

Instructor: Austin Smith
June 10-14
1-4pm
Ages: 12 to 15 years old
$95 for members; $105 for not-yet members
Dig your hands into some clay and see what you create! Austin will lead campers through natural clay projects that are sure to spark their creativity. Appropriate for all levels of expertise. Note: art works will need to be kiln fired and will be available three weeks after camp.

06 . 17 - 06 . 21

Summer Camp: Stop Motion Animation

Get your director’s chairs ready and join Brandon for Stop Motion Animation!

Ages: 8 to 12 years old

06 . 24 - 06 . 28

Summer Camp: Read a Little, Art A LOT!

Love reading? Love art? Then this camp is for YOU!

Ages: 5 - 8 years old

07 . 08 - 07 . 12

Summer Camp: Fiber Fanatics

Ever been curious about sewing, weaving, or cross stitching? Kylie Parker will teach campers basic sewing techniques and other fiber arts related skills during this week long camp.

07 . 15 - 07 . 19

Summer Camp: Comic Craze -Sequential Narratives

Brandon will help campers plan, design, and sequence their own comic strips. Pulling inspiration from professional comic artists and writers. Students will create thumbnail sketches and design their own characters and stories for their comic.

07 . 22 - 07 . 26

Drawing 126 : Pre-existing Characters

Are your kiddos obsessed with Sonic, Pokemon, Disney, or Nickelodeon characters? With this class, students will learn to draw these pre-existing characters with their own twist. Jacqueline Furlong will help students draw these pre-existing characters while teaching campers how to add their own style elements.